Surfing super heroes: Batman, a talented Robin, Superman and Spider-Man

The most famous comic book heroes are avid surfers, too. The popularity of the sport of riding waves has been in comic strips ever since, between epic battles and imaginary worlds.

Marvel Comics and DC Comics control more than 80 percent of the comic book market.

Their longtime rivalry has attracted millions of fans to the fantastic world of superheroes. Each brand has its stars, and both emblems have their uniquenesses.

Surfing superheroes: Aquaman rides with his dolphin friends

Surfing has been featured many times in the panels of images, speech balloons, and front covers.

Riding waves has been seen as a futuristic sport in which superheroes are depicted riding waves and planetary atmospheres.

Surfing superheroes: Plastic Man and Silver Surfer compete for the best surfboard shape

Can a surfboard be a trump card for a superhero? Absolutely. Let's see how these fantastic behave in the waves.

Surfing superheroes: Doctor Doom shows his gun

DC Comics, founded in 1934, has shown its surfer characters in many strips.

Plastic Man, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superboy, Superman, and Batman have been spotted surfing away or against their classic enemies.

Surfing superheroes: a spearfish destroys Wonder Woman's favorite surfboard

Marvel Comics, founded in 1939, has presented three important heroes riding with surfboards under their feet.

A full-time wave rider named Silver Surfer, the famous Spider-Man, and the villain Doctor Doom.

Surfing superheroes: Batman and Robin are natural footers
Learn more about the fantastic history of the Silver Surfer, and take a look at the best surf comics in the world.

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